The Sherco 250 has received a set of significant upgrades for 2013 and judging by the new modifications the bike promises to be a lot of fun. Starting with the modern technologies and finishing with the top notch built quality, this capable dirt bike has all it needs to be considered one of the best models in its class.
The most notable improvements made for 2013 include a revised frame and a stronger engine. The new 248.60 cc (15.17 cu in), 4 stroke DOHC, 4 valve unit features a redesigned cylinder head and a strengthened crankcase. Moreover, the transmission ratios have been optimized and the clutch is now lighter further boosting the motorccyle’s performances.
As far as the chassis is concerned, the 2013 model year features new suspension settings and a reinforced frame.
Other changes include a new radiator tank, redesigned radiator scoops, a non metallic skidplate and new handguards.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Sherco 250.
The 250 Sherco is deemed excellent and regularly wins the trials of the press. In 2013, it rose again with a reinforced frame and a more powerful engine and more vivid. A great value derived directly from the factory machine piloted by Fabien Planet world championship enduro.
Redesigned cylinder head
Gearbox ratios optimized
Cases (clutch and ignition) gray
Crankcase - strengthened
New radiator tank - redesigned to reduce the turning radius
Frame (double reinforced front section and shock absorber mount)
New suspension settings to improve comfort on small bumps
Redesigned radiator scoops for improved cooling
Redesigned wiring harness, equipped with waterproof connectors
New non metallic skidplate
|Engine||4 stroke DOHC, 4 valve Sherco technology|
|Engine size||248.60 cc (15.17 cu in)|
|Bore & Stroke||76 x 54.80 mm (3 x 2.16 in)|
|Fuel system||Magnetti Marelli digital electronic fuel injection|
|Battery||12 V / 4Ah Yuasa|
|Cooling||Liquid system with forced circulation|
|Start||Unique electric starting system|
|Exhaust||Stainless steel header pipe, aluminum muffler with catalytic converter meets Euro 3 stds.|
|Transmission||6 speed sequential gearbox, primary gear drive chain secondary drive|
|Clutch||Hydraulic, multidisc in oil bath|
|Ignition||Ducati alternator 220 W|
|Frame||Half perimeter frame Chrome-Molybdenum|
|Fuel Tank||8.5 Liter fuel tank (2.25 US gal)|
|Brakes||Brembo Hydraulic Ø 270 mm (10.63 in) (front) Ø 220 mm (8.66 in) (rear)|
|Front suspension||Ø 48 mm (1.89 in ) tubes rebound and compression adjustable 300 mm (11.81 in) of travel SACHS «OR» telescopic fork|
|Rear suspension||WP progressive, multiadjustable rear shock utilizing a linkage and rod system 330 mm (13 in) of travel|
|Front wheel||1.60 x 21” DID aluminum rim, steel spokes and Michelin Enduro Competition tube type|
|Rear wheel||2.15 x 18” DID aluminum rim, steel spokes and Michelin Enduro Competition tube type|
|Weight||102 kg (224.87 lb)|
|Wheelbase||1480 mm (58.27 in)|
|Ground clearance||355 mm (13.98 in)|
|Seat height||950 mm (37.40 in)|